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Level 7/8 read alouds

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    Level 7/8 read alouds

    Hello. I have a somewhat silly question since levels 5/6 were just released. I noticed that levels 5/6 have a list of read alouds that mostly come from the regular third grade curriculum. My son will be using SC level 4 next year, and I was wanting to do some read alouds with my kids during lunch (right now we are doing the history ones which we love). As far as I know level 4 doesn’t have read alouds other than the fiartytales and myths books. Do you have any idea if levels 7/8 will have read alouds, and if they do what regular MP levels they will be picked from? I was thinking of reading the other books from the third grade reading list, but I want to make sure they won’t be used later on. I know we can always read them twice, but I enjoy reading my kids books they have never heard before. Thanks!!

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    Re: Level 7/8 read alouds

    Not silly at all. Read those remaining MP Third read-alouds freely! We will draw from other books for 7/8.

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